James Barrett-Evans’s review published on Letterboxd:
If you take this plot out of this film and just describe it to somebody on paper it was so much potential but it falls reeeeeally flat. It has to have one of the most boring opening 30 minutes of a film I've seen in the last few years, literaly paint drying stuff.
Once it got going it then felt very confused about the direction it wanted to go down; horror or comedy. For me whenever it tried to be funny or quirky it swung wildly and missed by a good margin. It really needed to be darker and creepier or just be funnier I guess.
The ending was very disappointing and predictable, summed up the whole film really.
The acting was fine, soundtrack was fine, set design was fine, plot (in theory) was fine. It just didn't do it for me.